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0120040119

Jolyon Jenkins investigates a scheme to groom youngsters from ethnic minorities for life in the upper reaches of British management. In a bid to create 'leaders of tomorrow', the Windsor Fellowship takes ethnic minority undergraduates and puts them through an intensive one year training course, teaching them to act, and think, like high-powered business people. Jolyon follows the fellowship as it selects young hopefuls for the scheme.

0120040119

Jolyon Jenkins investigates a scheme to groom youngsters from ethnic minorities for life in the upper reaches of British management. In a bid to create 'leaders of tomorrow', the Windsor Fellowship takes ethnic minority undergraduates and puts them through an intensive one year training course, teaching them to act, and think, like high-powered business people. Jolyon follows the fellowship as it selects young hopefuls for the scheme.

02 LAST20040126

Jolyon Jenkins continues his investigation of the Windsor Fellowship, a charity which grooms youngsters from ethnic minorities for life in the upper reaches of British management. Over the course of a year, he follows recruits as the Fellowship attempts to mould them into the leaders of tomorrow. This week, he looks at the 'personal enhancement programme', in which they are 'empowered to continually push forward the frontiers of their own excellence.' But he finds experts sceptical as to whether such schemes can really work.

02 LAST20040126

Jolyon Jenkins continues his investigation of the Windsor Fellowship, a charity which grooms youngsters from ethnic minorities for life in the upper reaches of British management. Over the course of a year, he follows recruits as the Fellowship attempts to mould them into the leaders of tomorrow. This week, he looks at the 'personal enhancement programme', in which they are 'empowered to continually push forward the frontiers of their own excellence.' But he finds experts sceptical as to whether such schemes can really work.